I have recently updated our guest bathroom. I rent our home from my Grandma. My wife and I only have to pay for the utilities, which makes our rent incredibly inexpensive, but to recompense for this I do a lot of repairs for my grandmother’s property. I want to leave the residence in a better condition than when I got it.
Currently, the guest bathroom is the main area I am working on. The floor had this grotesque tile that was horribly damaged due to a water catastrophe. I don’t think it was the tub, sink, or toilet which leaked to create the water disaster, but whatever it was, the floor was unsalvageable; I had to rip it up and install a new tile floor.
I didn’t want to lose any water, so I chose to caulk around the tub to insure the mending and filling of any possible existing cracks. then next what I did was caulk over the tub surround to get rid of the cracks. I also snaked the drains in both the guest tub and sink. I choked when I removed pounds of hair, debris and blockage. However, when I finished, the drainage with the plumbing was highly improved.
Next, I decided to replace two items. The first item was a whole new toilet. I noticed that the toilet was not situated properly. Every time you sat down, the toilet shifted like it was going to topple over. I simply ripped off the toilet from the floor and wall, bought a better model, and did the bathroom’s toilet replacement. The final thing I did was rip out the antiquated sink with a newer model. I used to not be able to turn on the hot water for the sink. Now, I receive higher water flow and both hot and cold functions. Highlight Function: The new sink frees up a lot of space too.